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‘Sovereign citizen’ indicted in take over of Las Vegas home

A man accused of taking over a Las Vegas home and claiming ownership of the property as a sovereign citizen was indicted on theft and burglary charges Thursday.
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Man, woman dead in apparent murder-suicide near Henderson

Henderson police are calling the deaths of the 55-year-old man and 54-year-old woman an apparent murder-suicide after the bodies were found with gunshot wounds.

Father of girl who committed suicide due to bullying calls bill proposal a ‘step backward’

The father of a student who committed suicide after being bullied criticized proposed changes to the 2015 law that bears his daughter’s name as a “step backward.”

Owners of Juhl in downtown Las Vegas to begin selling units

The investor group that owns the bulk of Juhl in downtown Las Vegas is gearing up to turn rentals into sales.

Goodsprings Justice of the Peace fires back at sweeping ethics charges

Longtime Goodsprings Justice of the Peace Dawn Haviland answered sweeping ethics charges this week with a 14-page, point-by-point response to what she contends were fabricated claims by resentful employees.

Las Vegas judge dismisses lawsuit in Badlands golf course battle

District Court Judge Nancy Allf dismissed a Queensridge homeowners’ lawsuit over plans to build homes on the Badlands golf course that weaves through their development in west Las Vegas.

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